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Bill McCormick, S.J., is a contributing editor at America and a visiting assistant professor at Saint Louis University in the departments of political science and philosophy.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Bill McCormick, S.J.
Why did Church Militant use Marjorie Taylor Greene to attack the U.S. church?
Arts & CultureBooks
Bill McCormick, S.J.
If Catholics wanted to be tolerated in the early years of the Maryland Colony, they had to prove their loyalty—first to the Stuarts, then to Parliament, then the House of Hanover and then the fledgling American republic.
Volunteers at a food bank prepare groceries for distribution. (Photo by Ismael Paramo on Unsplash)
FaithFaith and Reason
Bill McCormick, S.J.
Christians today are split between “bottom-up” and “top-down” approaches to re-invigorating our sense of the common good.
A child's red dress hangs on a cross near the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Politics & SocietyInterviews
Bill McCormick, S.J.
Archbishop Terrence Prendergast, S.J., speaks about the need for the Canadian church to apologize to Indigenous population for its role in abuse at residential schools.
FaithAdvent Reflections
Bill McCormick, S.J.
A Reflection for the Saturday of the Second Week of Advent
Cardinal Michael Czerny, S.J., delivering the Chancellor’s Lecture at Regis College in Toronto.
FaithSpeeches
Bill McCormick, S.J.
Cardinal Michael Czerny, S.J., in a speech at Regis College in Toronto, said that pastoral experience, more than any church document, should be the material of theological reflection.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Bill McCormick, S.J.
The withdrawal of U.S. troops is not an end, but instead represents a new chapter in our entanglement with the Taliban in Afghanistan, agree several experts contacted by America magazine.
FaithShort Take
Bill McCormick, S.J.
The U.S. church isn’t just polarized; it is tired. And it is polarized in part because it is tired.
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., speaks to reporters after House Republicans voted to oust her from her leadership post on May 12. In a speech before the vote, Ms. Cheney reportedly championed the importance of being a “party based on truth.” (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Bill McCormick, S.J.
Republicans have booted Liz Cheney for resisting the lie that the 2020 election was stolen. This move could boomerang on those who champion the truths of tradition and faith.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Bill McCormick, S.J.
But critics say the president’s talk about human dignity rings hollow when he is using his office to advance the greatest social injustice in America since slavery—abortion—in the next moment.